Zoom Is Lifting its 40-Minute Time Limit For Thanksgiving Day So Families Can Hang Out Together
For families in the U.S., this year’s Thanksgiving is likely to look a little different: Grocery stores across the country stock up on smaller turkeys to meet people’s changing needs. .
As for Zoom? As a thank you to your clients, from midnight ET on November 26 to 6 a.m. ET on November 27, they are lifting their 40-minute time limit for free meetings.
As a thank you to our customers, we will lift the 40 minute limit for all meetings globally from midnight ET on November 26 to 6 am ET on November 27 so your family reunions will not be interrupted. ❤️🏡 #ZoomJuntos pic.twitter.com/aubsH0tfxG
– Zoom (@zoom_us) November 10, 2020
Typically, annual paid packages for Zoom cost between $ 150 and $ 200. If a host chooses to continue with the free option, the meeting lasts a maximum of 40 minutes. From there, a new free video call should be started when participants want to chat for a longer time.
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Not only is the video communications platform lifting the free time limit in the US, this Thanksgiving initiative is global, so whether you have family or good friends in Sydney, London, or Taipei, you can talk to them next Thursday. For as long as you want.
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